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immigration reform

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North Park »

NEIU is becoming a model for removing barriers and providing support to undocumented students.

Downtown »

The Immigration Working Group proposed six reforms, including a city ID for undocumented immigrants.

River North »

Archbishop Blase Cupich addressed the City Club and said he is "ecumenical" on Cubs vs. White Sox.

West Loop »

The city will also crack down on "shady operators out there" taking advantage of undocumented aliens.

Downtown »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel cited the experience of his own grandfather, who fled European violence as a teen.

Downtown »

Irish President Michael Higgins returned to Chicago after visiting as a student in the late '60s.

Downtown »

The Human Relations Committee called on President Obama to suspend some deportations.

River North »

The White House senior adviser said cities can lead the way on President Obama's agenda.

Pilsen »

The mayor will join the protest in solidarity with Fast for Families.

Lincoln Square »

The congressman's memoir, "Still Dreaming," is due out Oct. 7.

Little Village »

In D.C., the mayor said half of all new business licenses are from immigrants and touted Little Village.

The Loop »

The children called on politicians to keep their families together during a rally Tuesday afternoon.

South Lawndale »

The Rev. Jose Landaverde announced plans to fast and march for immigration reform.

West Loop, Near West Side, Pilsen »

Supporters say it will make state's roads safer; critics worry it opens door for potential fraud.